Fairfax County, with its nearly 1.1 million people, features a variety of excellent communities within its borders. From Annandale and Reston to Oakton and Tysons Corner, home buyers are faced with several terrific options. One community, in particular, has become especially popular. Vienna, located about 6 miles southwest of the Potomac River and 12 miles west of the nation’s capital, Washington DC, is known for its variety of housing, top-notch schools, and friendly, hometown atmosphere. In fact, Vienna VA has become so desirable that in 2013, CNN Money ranked the city has the 3rd Best Place to Live in America. The community’s location, situated on I-66 south of Wolf Trap, west of Dunn Loring, east of Oakton, and north of Merrifield, serves as yet another major reason why buyers choose Vienna VA homes for sale. Although much of Vienna VA real estate was built in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, several buyers have opted to tear down original homes to make way for new ones, given the community’s ideal location and lack of undeveloped land. From single-family residences to townhouses and condominiums, homes for sale in Vienna VA are diverse and in high-demand.
Vienna VA Real Estate
In total, a little over 16,000 people live in Vienna Virigina. Those who purchase Vienna VA real estate are provided many terrific amenities, including unparalleled educational opportunities. Fairfax County Public Schools, often cited as one of the best school districts in the state, serves those who purchase Vienna homes for sale. Residents are served by 2 high schools, 2 middle schools, and 6 elementary schools that are under the jurisdiction of the district.
The community’s downtown is ideal, featuring a number of small businesses and homegrown restaurants. A weekly Farmers Market and several annual events brings the community together. To search Vienna VA homes for sale, use the map-based property search tool provided below. For more information, contact me today.
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